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we are expecting what i think are unreasonable expectations. i'm a big believer in the jury system. i dedicated my professional career to it and i think it is the best system there is. >> bill: there is no other system. >> with that people have to go back and say what is realistic. prove beyond a reasonable doubt is not to a mat mathematical certainty. it is to a reasonable doubt. look at what is reasonable here. look at that cause of death. is there any reasonable doubt that this girl was murdered? >> bill: no. >> whether it was a premeditated murder or her mother was trying to quiet her. >> bill: if the little girl drown as i think one of anthony's attorneys said happened, you don't put duct tape over a drowned girl's mouth so that is out the window. you are not responsible for the the defense lawyers, you are not. these people introduce all kinds of crazy stuff they couldn't back up like i said in the talking points memo. weren't you offended as an american who wants justice for caylee anthony? weren't you offended by that? i was offended by that. >> a lot of the things that jose b
. the indication that we're getting now is that this is a big deal, that this is going to be very large, and that everything is going to be on the table as far as bringing the corporate tax rates down, closing tax loopholes, but also cuts in entitlement programs, medicare, medicaid, possibly talking about social security and changing the way it works in the long term. these are big items that obviously could not get done legislatively before the august 2nd deadline. if there was some agreement reached between the leaders to raise the debt ceiling and agree to the framework by which they are going to tackle these big ticket items, that would be a significant thing. and it seemed like both parties were so far apart it will be interesting to see through the weekend if there can be some negotiated deal on a big framework. martha: it's interesting, bret because we've heard a little bit of what has come out of the preliminary discussions that vice president biden was part of. it seemed as though in those discussions they would talk big dollar figures although they wouldn't talk about specific
amendment rights. >> a big part of it is how well you're doing it. i did a survey and i asked people who are voters whether they watch fox news or not and i found that 67% of republicans watch fox news several times a week or more. that you knew. but 54% of independents watched it several times a week or more. and 21% of democrats watched it several times a week or more. so there really is an effort here to try to demonize a source of information. and, you know, you guys don't make this stuff up. the stuff you're reporting is stuff that's happening. you know, pugh research did a study during the last campaign that as far as i'm concerned is definitive. they looked at the fox news stuff. not like we're doing now which is opinion. but the news part. the 6:00 and 7:00 news broadcast. and they did the number of seconds that were devoted to positive and negative coverage of each candidate. and the only network that came close to parody between positive and negative on obama and on mccain was fox news. the others were skewed four and five to 1 negative on mccain and positive on obama. >> spea
. and on the heels of the white house saying they were open to including entitlements. the big problem is each day we get a misinformation from both sides of the aisle. >>guest: that's why i said, and i have a radio show and i hear people saying we are not just demanding those things of this president. we demand these things of the republican side. this is what they have to understand. we're not stupid. the politicians in washington, dc, republican or democrat, need to get over thinking they can act like we're stupid. really solid reason could prevail to they let us in the conversations. i believe that. >> always good to that with you, thank you, gina. the president is open to cutting social security with the white house saying this is nothing new here. house minority leader cantor open to cutting tax loopholes. are you confused? you are not alone. from hill.com, bob, we were just talking, nancy pelosi is a perfect example and he is in the alone and it is not just the democrats. i always get news countering the news i got yesterday afternoon of where we stand and who is talking about what. >>guest: w
to be factored in as one big lie, the judge disagreed, jon. >> and the state also wants money from casey anthony when this is all over, right? >> hundreds of hundreds of thousands of dollars is my estimate is what could be levied against casey anthony, not only the cost for the six-month investigation, the searching, the following up of leaders, the interviewing, the trying to track down all of these imaginary people, plus the prosecution which has been quite costly over the past 2 1/2 to three years as they had to pay for a lot of lab tests, a lot of investigators, so the judge is going to rule on that financial burden that casey anthony is likely to be levied in about 30 days from now, and for the moment, though, bottom line, casey anthony is heading back to the orange county jail. jon: a lot of people thought the saga could effectively end today. it goes on. phil keating, from orlando, thanks. alisyn: fox news is america's election headquarters, congresswoman michelle bachmann is stepping up her campaign for president, releasing a new television ad in iowa today, the minnesota congresswoman u
cuts. in a big deal, lawmakers may find them worthwhile. state republican leader mitch mcconnell says they all want a deal but they fear a big tax increase. >> bret: the director of the capital of economic advisors will join us in a moment. federal appeals court barred any enforcement on the ban on openly gay service members. the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco says the "don't ask, don't tell" policy must be lifted immediately. they repealed it in september but the pentagon is working on the transition. we learned today that the shooter in the fort hood massacre will face death penalty in his court-martial. army sigh control psychiatrist nidal hasan faces charges in the shooting spree at the texas army post. authorities are warning airlines that terrorists may try to con seem explosives within their bodies. we have more on the story we told you about tuesday, about a terror suspect being brought to the u.s. to face criminal charges. national correspondent catherine herridge has defails. >> reporter: this court in southern district of new york is where somali national t
in the trunk is no big deal. i don't care if it is one hair or a million hairs. >> greta: i disagree with you on the speculation. i think asking the jury to speculate on the father molesting casey, there was no evidence there. what was different about the pet, is that you can draw a reasonable for instance. the rules of evidence is draw a reasonable infer friends if the presenting. the casey molesting thing was -- there was nothing to support that. that was asking for speculation that was different. >> not only speculation but he says they. nothing introduced into evidence except for baez's opening statement about casey having help getting rid of caylee's body. this juror, if he is indicative of the of that decided this case, they are intertwining evidence and experts that come up and say this fbi expert doesn't know what he's talking about. although i don't have as much experience. he doesn't know what he's talking about many they pick and choose who they like or what evidence cancels out the other. that's ridiculous! this alternate said he doesn't believe that anybody produced any evidence
around. it is in big secret that some people disagree with their verdict. >>shepard: i'll say. the media attorney says the verdict is out now the record should be open. with us now from orlando is that attorney representing a short list of media outlets and made the case before judge perry a few minutes ago and is representing the orlando sentinel and abc station in orlando and associated press. it is nice to see you. i remember from years and years and years of working in florida how great the sunshine laws are, they open the records like few places in the country. i was surprised they were secret in the first place. >> it is true, traditionally in most cases the names of jurors never secret even from the beginning of a case. if most cases you can photograph the jury. but judge perry, rightfully, because of the proceedings, while they were going on, protected the identities to ensure they were free from outside influence while rendering their verdict. >>shepard: why is it in the public interest to know who the jurors are? >>guest: it is our system that we have always operated under. we
in a picture-taking session before the meeting there was only small talk about the big sand storm in phoenix. colleagues say house speaker john boehner told us later there is an even chance there could be abagreement soon. >> there is substantial belief whatever is going to happen is likely to happen in the next few days. i for one spend wait and see what happens. >> senator blunt concedes that boehner is an optimist and the president admits both sides are far apart. there was ample evidence of that. reports that social security changes were discussed triggered complaint from democrats despite the white house assurance that benefits would not be cut. >> do not consider social security a piggy bank for getting tax cut to the wealthiest people in our country. >> republicans suggested tax savings should be used to other tax cut and not lower the deficit. some are reluctant to raise the debt ceiling. >> none of us want to raise the debt ceiling. up in of us think it's a good idea to spend money we don't have. it's a problem we have been doing it for so long. >> senator paul says the balanced bud
is no longer in jeopardy. looked relaxed and had a big smile on her face and even after she learned that she would be in jail for a few more days still looked like a different person and a much happier person. >> holly bristow in orlando, thank you very much. we know the jury acquitted casey anthony of murder but now we are learning the details about a new chapter for her. more legal trouble. she got the subpoena in jail. why it could mean lawyers get a crack at questioning her now under oath. plus, the accused pharmacy killer asked to come to court. but he says he can't. turns out he has a pretty good reason why. from the journalists of fox news, this is "the fox report". ] this...is the network. a living, breathing intelligence that's helpi drive the future of business. in here, inventory can be taught to learn. ♪ machines have a voice. ♪ medical history follows you. it's the at&t network -- a network of possibilities... committed to delivering the most advced mobile broadband experience to help move business... forward. ♪ >>> a fox urgent now. seven people reported dead at this hour
this courthouse, since october 14, 2008, the big question, she's got smiles from ear to ear owl morning in -- all morning in that courtroom, is today the day she walks free if in fact belvin p.y does make that her sentence, considering time served and perhaps not stack the four years back to back but have them consecutively serve. she could walk free. that would not happen at the courthouse, she would be taken to the orange county jail, most likely driven to an undisclosed private, secret location to then be released into the public to avoid any potential conflict with any unruly crowds outside of the jail. when inmates are housed at the orange county jail they're allowed to cut the women, each other's hair with little fingernail clippers, casey anthony has been in protective custody the entire time so she doesn't have contact person to person with any other inmates and i presume she's not cut her hair one time but today, her hair is all the way down, she is smiling large, actively talking with her attorney, her mother, father, george and cindy, they are in the courtroom, her brother lee has not
how many friends of mine has said oh, my gosh, you met stephanie! big deal. joined by her husband christian neilson who also survived the plane crash, four children. claire is here, she is nine. jane is eight. polly is six. and nicholas is four. welcome, guys. how are you? >> good. thank you. >> glenn: for someone who doesn't know the story, who wants to tell it? >> which part of the story? >> glenn: how it happened. what happened? >> well, stephanie and i, the day of our accident we were going to the family ranch in mexico. we were flying to, i had recently become a pilot. stephanie and i and a friend of mine, my flight instructor, four of us. had plans, long planned a trip to the ranch and then back home. we had experienced a beautiful day together. beautiful flying conditions. on the way home, we made a scheduled stop, in a town the last stop of the day before we arrived home back to our children. that's when we, that's when the accident occurred. after taking off from that stop. >> glenn: pilot error, mechanical error? do you know? does it matter? >> there is a pending lawsuit
. that is the big question, will casey be set free tomorrow? in this case that isn't a far-fetched idea. many are still trying to wrap their head around how the jury reached a not guilty verdict in 11 hours of deliberation. one alternate juror tried to explain the jury's reasoning even caused a stir when he called casey a good mother. >> they didn't show motive of why, from their own witnesses, this really nice, probably good mother had killed her child. >> her own lawyer call her a liar and slut, how do you get to the good mother part? >> that was from the evidence that the prosecution brought out. the first number of witnesses were casey's friends. every time they said they saw casey with caylee, it was a will having relationship. tpwhaoupb provided any evidence to the contrary. -- no one provided any evidence to the contrary. >> sean: mark geragos is back and kimberly guilfoyle. you can see her on the upcoming new show here on fox, it is call the five. welcome all of you. i'm tired of the jury getting beaten up. second guessing, attacking them. how could they come to this verdict? i was 95
got big, she dumped him. he must have seen that coming. >> he was the one that held her back. is itr does he really have funny? >> yeah! >> he's held onto it. that's my question [overlapping dialogue] >> what about after that? i want to ask the viewers at home, vilost control of this segment? >> could we refocus wack -- >> i am going to move on to a very somber topic. everybody put on their somber mask. to the greg-a-log. >> all right. so would you go through everything casey anthony did for a few million bucks? casey anthony would. according to reports, the woman found not guilt ev killing her child will cash in on that fact because that's what you do in america. it's old news, anthony had sold pictures of her to abc for $200 grand. that's not her fault or abc's. it's ours because we want to see them. we will upon to see more because she's awful and awfully interesting and rich. for today, we no longer attach achievement to reward, only fame. it may not be based on great works. you only need to be that girl who did that thing and got away with it. when you see a dope next to o.j. si
. >> glenn: professor, tell me how the world began. >> the big bang theory, of course. >> glenn: no. now know what that is? there is a burning match. where did the match come from? who struck the cover? it's called first cause. don't call it god. professor, tell me what first cause is. "the big bang." no, sir. that is a reaction to something. tell me first cause. and who caused it? what caused it? >> i completely agree. the funny thing was the two of us were talking after class and i forget which one of us it was, but we posed the question why didn't either up with of us say anything? the only answer that could come to either one of our heads was i don't want to get a bad grade, or he has to write me a recommendation letter. >> glenn: believe me, believe me. don't be bullied by these people. they are counting op it. they are counting op it. you are examples. have you looked -- i want you to go online and i want you the look at the picture of the marchs with martin luther king. i want you to look at them. i have. over and over and over again. i have looked at them. they were afraid. they were
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